A remarkable collection of poetry that takes the reader from the painful depths of hell to the glorious heights of heaven. This journey is filled with dramatic revelations, painful recollections, and an insightful view of the human condition. Written in lyrical prose, some of these poems sing out about the pain of addiction, the loss of life, the abuse of children and a sometimes callous society. Yet the reader will find poems that sing out in praise about the joys of love, the miracles of life and the triumphs of the human spirit.
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Born and raised in Norwich, New York, Pauline Gerchman inherited her passion for writing and love of books from her parents, Reginald Gerchman and Arletta Goodrich. This passion was nurtured by the wonderful teachers at Norwich High School and professors at Morrisville College.
Her creative spirit has earned her a US patent, several awards for literary accomplishments and publishing credits with anthologies and local organizations. She now lives in Binghamton, New York, with her husband, Alex, and her daughter, Alexis.Review:
"I am so impressed with the original poetry of Pauline Gerchman!" -- Miles M. Burke, Family Counselor
"Pauline has written poetry that everyone can read and should read." -- Donald Chirlin, Professor of Sociology
"Pauline's words are straight forward, direct and wow is there an intensity of feeling in these deceptively simple words." -- Sally Chirlin, Professor of English
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Book Description Brunswick Publishing Corporation, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1556181884
Book Description Brunswick Pub Co, 2000. Hardcover. Book Condition: Brand New. 1st edition. 52 pages. 8.70x5.70x0.60 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 1556181884